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NOW IT'S MY TURN TO CRY - (by Kevin Reardon)  Year: 2010
Kevin Reardon Mellow, Romantic, and Heartfelt Country Pop Ballad feat. female vocals in the vein of Patsy Cline, Lynn Anderson, and Loretta Lynn. Crying with a friend or by the jukebox playing a sad song... Female Vocals, Country, Country Ballads
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Country, Country Ballads
567690 3:24 Slow 70   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Now It's My Turn to Cry
Catalog ID: 567690  ISRC: US5UL1250583
Description: Mellow, Romantic, and Heartfelt Country Pop Ballad feat. female vocals in the vein of Patsy Cline, Lynn Anderson, and Loretta Lynn. Crying with a friend or by the jukebox playing a sad song...

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Artist or Group: Kevin Reardon

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Keywords: love-lost jukebox blame foolish losing ashamed tears love selfish demanding sorrow Dolly Parton heartbreak breakup romance relationships sorrow somber crying

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Country Music
       Country Ballads
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:24   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 70
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drum Kit, Bass, Electric Guitar, Slide Guitar, Pipe Organ, Alto Voice
   Vocal Mix: Female Vocals
   Language: English
Moods: Accepting, Anguished, Anxious, Contemplative, Disillusioned, Heartbroken, Helpless, Honest, Hopeless, Longing, Nostalgic, Painful, Purposeful, Questioning, Reflective, Sad, Somber, Sorry, Thoughtful, Wrong

Styles: 1970s (Seventies), Ballad, Club / Bar / Lounge, Documentary, Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Vocal, Movie Trailer, Romantic Breakup, Tragedy, TV Vocal

Lyrical Topics: Crying, Loneliness, Nostalgia, Tears / Cry, Break Up

Cross-Reference Genres:
Now It's My Turn to Cry
   Country Music
      Country Pop

Lyrics
Verse:
You say that we’re through … and I know I’m to blame
I’ve been a fool and now I’m losing you, and I’m left here feeling ashamed
I know I was wrong … and I brought those tears to your eyes
I’m faced with the truth … you found someone new … now, it’s my turn to cry

Bridge:
Oh, oh, oh … I was the one who took your love for granted … everybody could see it but me
I’ve got no excuses; I was selfish … demanding …
Now, I know it won’t matter but honey, I’m so sorry

Verse:
It’s too late this time … how could I’ve been so blind
Your tears are now gone; so am I … and from now on … it’s my turn to cry …

Bridge:
You only asked for the best of my love … and you gave me yours … this I know
I’ll never be sure what I was thinking of … when I drove you away, I lost part of my soul

Verse:
Oh, I was so wrong … when I brought those tears to your eyes
I’m faced with the truth … you’ve found somebody new … now, it’s my turn to cry
I’m faced with the truth … you’ve found somebody new … now, it’s my turn to cry
Extended Keywords: A classic traditional 3/4 country ballad with a 1960's vibe that conveys the realization that the singer has pushed his relationship too far in the wrong direction making it his turn to cry Classic song for 60's-70's period Movie themes cinematic film score oldies dramatic romantic sad rock

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